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Giulia Rozzi is a writer, comedian, actress, producer and very emotional person that was raised in Boston by two adorable Italian immigrants that let her watch Benny Hill when she was three.

 

A relatable storyteller, her very personal and honest humor has earned her the honor of being a TEDx speaker, a Moth GrandSLAM champion, one of BUST Magazine's  10 Funny Ladies You Need To Be Watching Right Now and one of The Huffington Post's 18 Women You Should Be Following On Twitter. She's been seen on Chelsea Lately, Comedy Central's This Is Not Happening, The Jim Gaffigan Show, and several talking head shows on Vh1, TruTv, Lifetime and Playboy TV.

Her album True Love was released on Comedy Records last winter and was recently named one of SiriusXM Comedy's top albums of 2016 and one of The Comedy Bureau's 100 Best Things in Comedy in 2016.

 

She has created and performed two solo shows: Stupid Foreigners and Bad Bride . Since debuting Bad Bride and publishing her popular article  7 Signs It's More Than Just Cold Feet, Giulia has become a sought out voice on the topic of relationships. and now co-hosts the relationship podcast Hopefully We Don't Break-Up with her boyfriend, comedian Will Miles. Giulia also co-created/hosts the long running sex themed storytelling show Stripped Stories with Margot Letiman. An experienced actress and improviser, Giulia trained at The Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre, Improv Olympic West, The Groundlings and Kimball Studios. She co-stars/created the web series  Seeing Other People with Brooke Van Poppelen. She also hosts and produces the new show First Set in which comedians share footage from one of thier first times doing comedy.

 

Her writing credits include the MTV series Girl Code and Silent Library (where one of her game ideas made Snooki vomit). She was also a contributor to Bravo's Odd Mom Out and TV Land's Younger and has penned pieces for Refinery29,  Esquire.com, Playgirl, BUST Magazine, xoJane and the anthologies Mortified: Real Words Real People Real Pathetic (of which she was also an associate editor) and My Parents Were Awesome. She also created the Tumblr Making A Murderer Hairstyles which instantly became a viral hit receiving praise from NY Magazine, Complex, Metro UK, Huffington Post and others.

 

She's also performed at several festivals including RiotLA, The Boston Comedy Festival, Bridgetown, the NY Comedy Festival, Hell Yes Fest, Women In Comedy Festival and The Nursery Festival in London.

 

 

 

 

 

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